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These amazing iPhone 13 wallpapers depict the interior of your device in spectacular detail.

If you’re searching for a new iPhone wallpaper, The Basic Apple Guy has a new collection of schematic wallpapers that are very stunning. The “intricate inner network of closely connected components” hidden within your iPhone is depicted in these wallpapers.

These so-called schematic wallpapers were made with the use of iFixit’s breakdown X-ray photos. The Basic Apple Guy describes the time-consuming process of producing these wallpapers with Sketch and Pixelmator in a blog post:

The schematics of the iPhone 13 Pro & 13 Pro Max were very, very tediously created inside of Sketch using the iFixit wallpaper as a guide of exactly where to put every single component. Transistor by transistor, screw by screw, these wallpapers slowly came to life over many hours. From there, the projects were imported into Pixelmator to create a variety of stunning variations for your devices. And once the iPhone 13 Pro wallpaper was completed, a second 13 Pro Max project was created from scratch. Although they share many of the same components, the sizes and positioning of the components required a complete rebuild of the project.

Black, Xray, Sunset, Slate, Neon Blue, M1, Card, and Blueprint are among the eight patterns available. The wallpapers were created for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, but they may also be used on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini.

All of these wallpapers are available for download from The Basic Apple Guy’s website. Simply save them to your Photos collection, disable Perspective Zoom, and resize the wallpaper to match the iPhone display’s boundaries.

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